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Issued in 2 v., 8th ed.-10th ed.; in 3 v., 11th ed.-15th ed.; in 4 v., 16th ed.-20th ed.; in 5 v., 21st ed.- ; in 6 v., Topics: bub_upload, Subject headings, Library of Congress Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=e3JFRUI34sMC&hl=&source=gbs_api
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Los Principios de Gobierno Corporativo de la OCDE fueron emitidos en 1999, desde entonces, han ganado reconocimiento mundial como un estándar de comparación internacional para el buen gobierno corporativo. Son usados activamente por los gobiernos, los reguladores, los inversores, empresas y otros interesados tanto en países miembros de la OCDE como en otros nomiembros, y han sido adoptados por el Foro sobre Estabilidad Financiera como una de las Doce Normas Fundamentales para garantizar... Topics: bub_upload, Organización de Cooperación y Desarrollo Económico Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=DENIThkkdCkC&hl=&source=gbs_api
The information highway is changing at a dazzling speed. Cell phones are commonplace today-far more so than the old CB radios were twenty years ago, or ham radios were twenty years before that. Today we routinely make long distance calls to relatives living abroad. Photos and music are transmitted instantly to anyone anywhere. Local island radio programs can now be picked up via computer by Micronesians living abroad. Students access Internet as a matter of course, and some even do the course... Topic: Micronesian Seminar
In the shade of trees outside the St. Raphael Community Centre, Talkaoke was the first event people saw as they visited the Summer Streets Festival 2006. With Wembley Stadium being just down the road, the discussion of football was not far away with the main topic being the now infamous Rooney stamp and cheating in order to get ahead in life. There was also a long discussion about the relationship, or lack of, between the youth in the area and local police. A good debate that always threatened... Topic: talkaoke, the people speak, brent, festival, summer street festival, st. raphael, community centre,...
Close To Home is a show about people and situations that demonstrate and celebrate deep respect for mankind with host Maureen Schwab. Maureen continues talking with Michael Boover and Tom Gonyea from Anna Marie College. Topics: WCCA, Worcester, Massachusetts, PEG, tv, talk, archives, Close to Home, 2006
Even as the United States extends a free public education to all children, it rigs the system against the success of some of the most vulnerable by taking those who arrive at school with the greatest needs and giving them less in school. Low-income and minority students, in particular, get less of what matters most; these students get the fewest experienced and well educated teachers, the least rigorous curriculum, and the lowest quality facilities. At the core of these inequities is a set of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Minority Groups, Public Education, Federal Government, Educational Finance,...
Artbar.org for more info. Wednesday November 28, 2006. There are 4 separate audio tracks in this wmv file. Each audio track is tagged as a different "language" - EN, FR, GER, POL - this is the only way I know how to do it. To switch between audio tracks, using Windows Media Player 11 (version 9 has difficulty): Menu > Play > Audio and Language Tracks The 4 tracks you can choose from are: English (US) = 3 readers at once French = middle reader German = right reader Polish... Topics: artbar, artbar.org, poetry reading, spoken word
Mosaic features selections from daily TV news programs produced by national broadcasters throughout the Middle East. The news reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English.Mosaic includes television news broadcasts from selected national and regional entities. Some of the broadcasters are state controlled and others are private networks, often affiliated with political factions. These news reports are regularly watched by 280 million people in 22 countries all over... Topics: Mosaic, Middle East, Link TV
Talkaoke restarts it's Studio Sessions only this time relocated round the corner, due to a studio fire, to the excellent Troy Café on Kingsland Road. This session was a chance to test out new potential Talkaoke hosts, Mikey kicked things of before giving way to budding stars. An enjoyable evening for all with everyone having something to say. Topic: talkaoke, the people speak, conversation, troy café, shoreditch
This brief, also available in Spanish, defines the concept of overrpresentation, identifies possible causes for the problem, and offers a variety of ways that parents and families can help prevent or decrease overrpresentation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education programs. (Contains 2 tables.) [This brief was produced by the National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems (NCCREST).] Topics: ERIC Archive, Special Education, Disproportionate Representation, Minority Group Children, Cultural...